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SJGGT-1-101-g005

SJGGT-1-101-g005

SJGGT-1-101-g002

SJGGT-1-101-g002

SJGGT-1-101-g006

SJGGT-1-101-g006

SJGGT-1-101-g001

SJGGT-1-101-g001

Diagram showing the steps leading from 325 SNPs to clusters of combinations of SNP genotypes significantly associated to oral cancer or leukoplakia.

Diagram showing the steps leading from 325 SNPs to clusters of combinations of SNP genotypes significantly associated to oral cancer or leukoplakia.

SJGGT-1-101-g007

SJGGT-1-101-g007

SJGGT-1-101-g004

SJGGT-1-101-g004

Principles of the IRAP and REMAP procedures. A) The IRAP technique, where a PCR amplification is carried out between the LTRs of two transposable elements. B) The REMAP technique, where the amplification takes place between a LTR and microsatellite region. Cyan boxes indicate LTRs, internal domains are represented by grey boxes, a purple box indicates a microsatellite region, and solid black lines stand for genomic DNA. Red arrows represent primers. F represents the forward, R the reverse…

Principles of the IRAP and REMAP procedures. A) The IRAP technique, where a PCR amplification is carried out between the LTRs of two transposable elements. B) The REMAP technique, where the amplification takes place between a LTR and microsatellite region. Cyan boxes indicate LTRs, internal domains are represented by grey boxes, a purple box indicates a microsatellite region, and solid black lines stand for genomic DNA. Red arrows represent primers. F represents the forward, R the reverse…

Structure of the major transposable elements found in the genome of fungi. In 1, the class I: LTR-Gypsy (A) and LTR-Copia (B) with their respective coding regions. The pol region contains the PR (protease), RT (reverse transcriptase), RH (RNase H) and IN (integrase) domains. The LTRs (Long Terminal Repeats) are indicated by wide arrows. Gypsy and Copia differ in the order of the regions that encode the reverse transcriptase and the integrase within the pol region. In 2, the class II is…

Structure of the major transposable elements found in the genome of fungi. In 1, the class I: LTR-Gypsy (A) and LTR-Copia (B) with their respective coding regions. The pol region contains the PR (protease), RT (reverse transcriptase), RH (RNase H) and IN (integrase) domains. The LTRs (Long Terminal Repeats) are indicated by wide arrows. Gypsy and Copia differ in the order of the regions that encode the reverse transcriptase and the integrase within the pol region. In 2, the class II is…

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